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cinematographer

bo bilstrup

Bo’s work has been nominated for a Kodak Award, BAFTA and EMMY. Bo is a two time Sundance recipient. His work has received grants and accolades for his achievements within his field. His film, Nuummioq, was highly praised for the cinematography in Variety and The Hollywood Reporter during screenings at Sundance 2010 and was shortlisted for a 2011 Oscar. 

 

He is currently in high demand as a cinematographer on both sides of the Atlantic. Bo has developed his own distinctive style of cinematography with a keen artistic and versatile understanding of the interplay between light and motion. He strives to create an environment of meticulously placed light to illuminate, but never distract from the inner human experience told by the actor and captured by the camera.

second unit

cinematographer

sherri kauk

Sherri has a master of fine arts from the American Film Institute.  She has lensed 5 feature films and broadcasts across networks. 

 

Her work airs on Netflix, CBS, A&E, Lifetime; has screened at SXSW, Frameline, Guadalajara, Tel Aviv International Film Festivals; and shortlisted at Cannes, Sundance and Berlinale. 

 

Articles about her work appear in the The American Society of Cinematographers Magazine, LA Times, the BBC and Variety.

producer

theresa burkhart gallagher 

Theresa Burkhart Gallagher is a writer, producer, and actress based in Los Angeles and working in stage, television, and film. Her scripts are lauded as “rapid fire Lucy Ricardo routines interpreted by Cheech & Chong” (Backstage West), “acerbically golden” (Entertainment Weekly), and “guaranteed to leave you howling!” (Los Angeles Magazine).

 

Theresa’s short film Schmoolie the Deathwatcher, praised as “a stunning gem” (HuffPost), is now streaming on Amazon and she also produced the recent Amazon Prime stand up comedy specials Matt Gallagher: A Stumble in the Woods and Jimmy Shin’s A Wok of Shame.

 

Alongside Jim Gaffigan and Anna Gunn, Theresa has a supporting role in the indie comedy Being Frank, directed by Miranda Bailey and opening in theaters this summer.

She is currently in development for both the feature Schmoolie the Deathwatcher and the comedy series Honey and Clover: A Recipe for Disaster with Jackie Monahan, and in pre-production for the feature film The Promise, written by Torben Bech and set to begin principal photography in the fall of 2020.

 

Dedicated to diversity and to singular storytelling as writer, producer, and actress, Theresa is drawn to creating deeply flawed characters: those at their very lowest points and at crossroads. Audiences find themselves rooting for these unique underdogs on their unexpected and darkly comical journeys to heroism.

editor

andrea maxwell

Andrea Maxwell is an independent filmmaker and stripe enthusiast living in Los Angeles. 

 

She has edited commercials for NEC and Suzuki and been a VFX editor on blockbuster films such as Black Panther, Spider-man, and Ghost Rider. She was the co-producer and editor for the controversial documentary, The Pathological Optimist.

 

As a Producer/Director/Editor, she has created web series, behind-the scenes featurettes and the first gay friendly children’s TV show, Dottie’s Magic Pockets. Dottie’s was featured on NPR’s Marketplace and the colorful and entertaining episodes have played in film festivals all over the world.

producer

michael ray escamilla

Michael Ray Escamilla is both an accomplished stage and screen actor.

 

He has appeared opposite Robert Duvall in A Night In Old Mexico, alongside Laura Linney in Showtime's The Big C, was part of an ensemble cast that included Ed Harris, Eva Longoria & Michael Peña in Frontera, and Hot Pursuit with Reese Witherspoon and Sofía Vergara.

 

He is the recipient of the Kennedy Center's Helen Hayes Award for his performance in Craig Wright's Recent Tragic Events at Woolly Mammoth Theater, as well as an Obie Award for his performance in Tale of Two Cities by Heather Woodbury at PS 122 in New York City.

 

Michael Ray co-wrote/co- directed/and starred in Cruzando, in which he won The Grand Jury Prize for Best Actor Award at the San Antonio Film Festival and has been selected for several international and national film festivals including Mexico International Film Festival where the film received the Silver Palm Award (the award is given to films that demonstrate standout filmmaking), and Best Narrative Award from Athens International Film Festival. Cruzando has been picked up by Vanguard Entertainment and is currently released.

 

He has performed a variety of versatile roles in numerous Broadway and Off- Broadway theaters throughout New York City including The Lincoln Center Theater, The Public Theater, Labyrinth Theater Company, Second Stage Theater, Intar, PS 122 and Rattlestick Playwrights Theater. He continues to write and create music with the band.

 

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